Sunday, 18 August 2013



Visual Studio .NET 2012


This tutorial will help you how to print “Hello World” in C#
 

Array is a data structure which consists of a collection of homogeneous(all elements of the same type) elements. The elements of the array are accessed by their index.
In C#, the arrays are zero indexed which means that the array indexes start at zero.

Example:


Arrays in C# work quite similar (with some differences) to how arrays work in C, C++ and Java.
While declaring an array, the square brackets [] should come immediately after the data-type. Placing the brackets after the identifier will generate a syntax error.
int[] table; //correct
int table[]; //incorrect


See Also





Arrays Tutorial - DOTNET

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